I'm partway through the Anni manual (Unit 18) but had something on my mind. It was established earlier that in certain cases you can add stuff to an ing dot (like s for -ings or e for -ingly). Does this work for anything? For example, can you write "Huffington" with a tn disjoined in an -ing dot position or do you have to use the slanted n? Also, if -ing can connect to stuff in a word, can it do so in a phrase? Sorry if this was already covered where I'm at or shortly afterwards. I finished the French manual and there is nothing like this (-ant usually doesn't connect to other things!).
Haven't got to much Gregging lately... besides today and yesterday. It's track season at school (400m is the best!) and I usually do Gregg at lunchtimes. I have Gregger's block too and my blog is on a hiatus (for now).
(by Sirius for group greggshorthand)